Car: 2005 Chrysler 300C
Join Date: Jan 2013
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Well, I decided to take my 2005 Chrysler 300C to the Chrysler dealership last Tuesday to have the problem checked out. It didn't take them long to find out that they weren't getting a reading from the rear passenger ABS sensor. Afterwards, the Service advisor told me that the tone ring on the rear passenger axle was too rusted, but they did have another ABS sensor in stock. I then told him to go ahead and replace the ABS sensor. Later, the Service advisor told me that the ABS & ESP/BAS amber lights soon came on again. The total bill (diagnostics, new ABS sensor) was about $193 that day.
The Service advisor then recommended replacing the rear passenger axle shaft (which contained the tone ring), but he said that they would have to order the shaft. I then set up an appointment for Thursday to get it replaced. The total bill for that day was about $435, but that took care of the problem.